All the latest news and tips from the Sitechange team.
Your client’s ideas are critical to every web design project. They guide the creation of moodboards (and the typography and color palette selections that follow). They inform the details of the design, like menu bar orientation, pop-up timing, banner style, and slider locations. And they influence final approvals.
It takes a lot of hands to build and maintain a website. And sometimes, it can be difficult to know whether a web designer, web developer, or webmaster is the one behind the project.
Setting your rates is a tricky balancing act. If you charge too much, your clients will balk and leave for a competitor. But if you charge too little, you can find yourself working for free and building a reputation as cheap (inexperienced) labor.
Website maintenance has a reputation for being time-consuming and frustrating for everyone involved. And for good reason. Between content updates, SEO audits, security checks, and site optimization - web maintenance can take hours to complete.
Even if you’ve pitched your web design packages hundreds of times, pitching website maintenance services for the first time is nerve-wracking.